There is nothing like when talented artists come together to release a track or a joint project for their fans. They often lead to classic moments in music as they give us classic records for our playlists. That’s why I took the liberty of composing a list of artists that we would love to see collaborate together on joint albums.
Based on their similarities and their talents, it is no doubt that these artists would kill it if they were to drop a full-length project. Now some of these artists may have already collaborated on a single together, but their work together was just that good, that we would love to see an entire album from them.
SZA, Kehlani and Summer Walker are some of the new ladies in the game that are currently running R&B. With their free-spirits, they have been proven to be unapologetic for who they are as they continue to share their talents with the world.
Now we all know Jacquees and Tory Lanez know how to flip a track and turn it into their own. The two of them recently collaborated on Jacquees’ new album “King of R&B,” but how dope would it be if they were to come together and make an album full of remixes?
Jazmine Sullivan and Jill Scott are two songstresses that represent Philly to the fullest, and its been some time since we’ve gotten new music from both ladies. So the two of them teaming up for a joint project sounds like the perfect match.
Fans have been longing for the return of both Bryson Tiller and Party Next Door. They have treated fans to singles in recent times, but a return album with the both of them would definitely take them to the top of the charts.
Recently we have seen both Mary J. Blige and Monica go through the end of their marriages. Being the true artists that they are, they will more than likely let that reflect in their music. If they were to collaborate on an album together, they can help others heal from the same situation.
Fantasia and Keke Wyatt both have amazing strong vocals, so an album titled “Stronger,” from these two ladies would be a dream come true.
Chris Brown and Keri Hilson have collaborated with each other on previous records. Their pen game and vocals have allowed them to create magic in the past. So it would only be right if they were to give their fans an entire joint album.
Jhené Aiko and Big Sean gave a joint album back in 2016 when they formed Twenty88. However, it’s been three years too long, so we’ll need another album from them real soon. Hopefully, this can encourage them to speed up the process.
Roommates, tell us which albums you would love to see come to life.
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